EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-1849)
- The Assignation
- The black cat
- The masque of the Red Death
- A tale of the ragged mountains
Born in Boston on January, 19 of 1809, Edgar Allan Poe lost
his mother in 1811 and was taken into the family of John Allan, a
member of the firm of Ellis and Allan.
Poe went to school in England and Richmond and then registered at
the University of Virginia before starting writing novels for differents
His first success came from "The Black cat" issued in many american
newspaper on 1843. Then he decided to live thanks to his writing.
He died on October, 7 of 1849.